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6-17-2011 @ 10:38AM
less secure? explain please.depending on how this is implemented ( there are many things that Blizzard could mean by "your computer") There is no less security with the new system. Imagine that Blizzard is using a rigorous hardware ID+IP+MAC+geography type of signature for "your computer" in that case the only way to log onto your account is to:a. Have the authenticator registered to the accountb. Be in your house, sitting in front of your PCDo you live in the same neighborhood as a Chinese gold farming operation? ID your home frequently broken into by thugs whit a taste for uncut gems? You are not less secure now unless Blizz totally failed the implementation of this, like using IP only, I am confident they would not take that risk, I would say that the game is MORE secure now because there is one less excuse available to the authenticator haters now.
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